SLA 3D Printing
SLA® technology enables very precise models with fine details and a smooth surface appearance
The maximum precision level is 25 microns on the Z axis
Our 3D printing is customizable and made with the choice of material and ergonomics best suited to your expectations.
Some examples of SLA 3D printing
It is the first 3D printing technology, appeared in 1986 and developed by 3D Systems.
Here, no nozzle or plastic wire, but an ultraviolet laser and a tank of liquid photopolymer. Like the filament deposition system, this process prints layer by layer. The laser hits the liquid that solidifies under the effect of ultraviolet. A tray immersed in the tray supports the solidified material and descends, as for the FDM, to go from one layer to the next.
Once the printing is complete, the object must be rinsed away from the remains of photopolymer with a solvent. The object is then baked to solidify it. A constraint that adds to the relatively slow process.
Last edited: 24/11/2020